3 thoughts on “Best Laid Plans

  1. This is so very familiar. I have a rush of good intentions when I get on an airplane and plan to do a ton of writing or drawing on the trip and feel so empowered to do it all, and then we land and I have to put on my heavy backpack and make my knees start moving again and reality hits. No matter, this is a great little document, and I enjoyed reading it very much.

    • Thanks Cynthia and Carol for your comments! I’ll never, ever understand why beginning is so hard – but that flailing seems such a necessary, if untidy, part of making something.

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